Why is everyone using the Genesis Framework on their blogs these days? Sites like Quicksprout and BasicBlogTips have made Genesis their theme framework of choice. That’s because this theme is contains tons of great and innovative features that really make it easy for anyone to create a nice looking website.
In this article, I want to share with you my 6 favorite Genesis features. This is just a brief synopsis, so I would check out this Genesis theme 2.0 review over at SlickWP if you want to read something more in depth.
That’s right. If you switch over to Genesis, then your website will automatically become mobile responsive. What does that mean? It means that your site will look awesome at any screen resolution. So if someone is browsing on your site with an iphone, it will look just as great as if they were looking at it on their iPad.
Genesis supports the latest HTML5 standards. This is the latest and greatest web technology, which means your site stays with the times. This means less browser incompatibilities for your visitors which means a better use experience.
Don’t you hate manually updating your theme to the latest version? With Genesis, this is all handled automatically with a single click. This means that the whole process remains transparent to you, and you’ll always be updated with the latest and greatest version of Genesis.
Diverse Set of Child Themes
Child themes are what makes Genesis stand out from it’s competitors. No other theme framework has the diversity of themes that Genesis has? There are tons of themes created by the Studiopress designers themselves, plus there’s a wide variety of third party child themes as well. Read this post, if you’re interested in seeing what the best Genesis child themes are.
Genesis provides developers with additional hooks to various places in your theme. This enables people who know how to code unlimited flexibility in their site designs.
Schema.org microdata is becoming more and more important these days. This is because all the major search engines are using microdata to better categorize their search results. Those star ratings that you see in the search results? That’s from schema microdata! Genesis provides hooks that let you customize the what schema microdata specific pages or posts are outputing.
Excited to check out the Genesis theme framework because of these new features? Well, you should be because they’re awesome. So visit the Studiopress homepage, and grab yourself a copy.